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tweeting, yes, harvard wins. i told you along with this picture. >>> over to the east, 12 seeded cal taking on unlv. cal up by six. the slam. cal extends the lead to eight. unlv would stage a comeback. the three pointer, it's off. they lay it in. and the running rebels are down by three with less than 15 seconds left. 1.6 seconds to go. he only needs a three. the inbound pass, nah. no magical duke moment there. they go on to clinch it for cal. the golden bears with the minor t. they win they have a date with four seed syracuse tomorrow. >>> 1 se2 seeded oregon facing oklahoma state. this one all ducks. carlos emory takes the three and buries the three to give oregon a 14-point lead. the ducks roll. they did win the pac 12 tournament. the first win for the ducks since 2007. they'll have their handsful when they face st. louis tomorrow. they were also impressive yesterday. >>> this is the one that disappointed me and everyone else. gonzaga taking on number 16 southern. since the 16 has never beaten a number one seed, let's see how much they're blowing them out by. four minutes left. the game
majority. i'd love to hear them explain their cal kragss to the parents of newtown. emily, is harry reid's bill essentially a surrender that's based on the political reality of the vote next year? >> i would actually even challenge even at this point harry reid's cal slags that this is a political reality. the reality is the american public is already there. particularly, when it comes to background checks. poll after poll is showing us 90% of the american people, 84% of gun owners, even 74% of nra members are supporting the universal background checks. the nra -- >> that is in the bill. what's not in the bill is assault weapons. as you know dianne feinstein wasn't very happy about it. >> not very happy and neither was vice president biden. harry reid needs to say no to the special interests and yes to the american people. people are very motivated on this issue. i do think this is a place where we need to turn american reality into political realities. people need to get motivated on it. >> here's what's in the package. let's take a lock at it. universal background chokes. gun trafficki
. with low-cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >> low-cal it's kooubs? where was the hat, though? >> she stole my idea. she was watching "way too early," she saw the big gulp, she said that was really cool. >> do we have a picture of that? you were lucky. i saw that, you had the soda at the perfect levels not to spill -- >> could have ruin mid suit. bloomberg was actually here the following day. he was very nice to me. you know, he had a good sense of humor about it. >> you might have a future with bloomberg. >> maybe. >> do your thing. >>> still ahead on "way too early," why are you awake? your tweets, texts and e-mails are next. "morning joe" is moments away. i'm your hot water heater. you hardly know i exist. that's too bad. 'cuz if my pressure relief valve gets stuck... [ booooooom! ] ...we hot water heaters can transform into rocket propelled wrecking balls. and if you got the wrong home insurance coverage, it's your bank account that might explode. so get allstate. [ dennis ] good hands. good home. make sure you have the right home protection. talk to an allstate agent. [ bop ] [ b
-up cal. it's sad for me to see in newtown we're having the same kind of debates we had two years ago. i would have hoped after tucson when a member of the house was shot, members of congress would have woken up and said we need to do something. unfortunately it took a tragic incident where there was 26 people killed including 21st graders there seems to be an upswell and wake-up cal but a sad state of events in this country we have to wait until we're most vulnerable, our children are victims for us to act. >> it's a good point, mr. glaze. have we missed and opportunity to pass comprehensive gun laws in the wake of newtown? >> i don't think so. it took seven years to pass the assault weapons ban and get the brady bill enacted. i don't think it will take that law to pass a comprehensive weapons law. the senate will be out of session a couple weeks and we will have dozens of organizers and hundreds of folks who believe as we do because they experienced the loss of child or loved one or shot themselves, will do everything they can to make sure these changes happen. when the senators come b
of the week. >>> bloomberg's not around. shoot, it's just pop with low-cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >> there's a few things we learned at this year's cpac. first, conservative love for sarah palin is sodas is alive and well. on one side you have the gop establishment, the same old members of the republican party like senator john mccain and house speaker john boehner. your typical candidate would be someone like mitt romney. then you have ted cruz and rand paul. it became clear at cpac that grassroots republicans are furious with the establishment's choice in political candidates. 88-year-old activist phyllis schlafly even called for a fight. >> the fight i'm asking you to engage in is between the establishment and the grassroots. the establishment has given us a whole series of losers. bob dole and john mccain and mitt romney. >> boy, that's kind of heavy on jim cary loser. but sarah palin slammed karl rove for picking failed republican candidates. >> if these experts who keep losing elections, keep getting rehired and reeking in millions, if they feel that strongly about who gets
smaller. >> typically the pope what is known as the uponity if i cal mighter, like 2 1/2 feet high. but the pope has chosen a more modest medium sized. average of an ordinary pastor or a church. with the brown and gold. he can see his investment is a simple investment. he wants to imstaitate st. fran. >> and we see the box which holding the fisherman's ring. it is used as a seal. in this case, it will not be solid gold. it is silver, it is plated in gold. another sign of a man who i think not only surprised us with his election, but someone whose every movement has suggested a different kind of papacy. >> i think it's definitely reflected what he thinks of himself. he realizes that as a bishop before and now as pope, he's just a servants of the people of god, and he expresses that in everything that he does. earlier this morning when he was driving through the crowd and greeting the faithful there, he actually stepped down from the popemobile and walked over to the side of the crowd where there was a handicapped man who had no arms and no legs and the pope leanedoff, blessed him, k
that led to your vote? were you objecting to the rush to judgment without imper cal proof. >> al-qaeda was the ones that invaded our sovereignty, killed our citizens and took down the world trade center on that terrible day and i was convinced we had the evidence that afghanistan an the taliban were heidii i hiding al-qaeda. when the white house came to us with wrairaq, they said you havo trust us. i said i'm a member of congress. we have to take this vote very seriously and i'm not going vote to go into this nation and put our men and women at risk as well as the civilians there, as well as the reputation in the world and not to mention we're in the financial problems we're in because we fought that war and the other war off budget for ten years. >> sure. >> so, those were all things that went through our minds and ultimately, an act to go to war is an act of conscious. and i think members of congress have to take that the most seriously of any vote they make and there wasn't the evidence and that's why i voted no. >> given the violent downpour of opposition to your dissent, you
. >> amazing what he did. >>> 12th seeded cal taking on number five unlv in san jose. thurman throws down the slam. lead to eight but unlv not done and stage a comeback. three from the side from anthony bennett and lays it there in for the missed read. rebels down by three. only 15 seconds to go. any christian laettner duke moment? no. cal bears win 64-61. they have a date with number four syracuse who won by like 50 last night. >> is syracuse still playing basketball at the end of the tournament? >> if you listen to boeheim, business as usual. ignore the scandal. >>> oregon deserves a much higher seed and facing oklahoma state. all ducks. emery takes the feed buries the three and they roll 68-55. tough shot there for oklahoma state. first tournament win since 2007. the ducks have their hands full when they face fourth seeded st. louis tomorrow. butler, vcu and st. louis looking tough. now the game that teased us. gonzaga taking on 16 seed. never before a 16 seed beat a one seed. game tied. eric beltran was money at the end of the game. gut check time. under 4:00 to go. bell nails the thr
're cool. shoot, it's just pop. with low cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >> all right. welcome back to "morning joe." let's talk about what we learned today. what did we learn? >> sarah palin combines the comic timing with the sophistication of p.j. o rourke. >> what did you learn? >> it's the 50th anniversary of g gideon versus wanewright. if you don't have the money for an attorney they have to provide one. very important day in history. >> that's coming for you. >> what do you learn? >> something about doughnuts. something about doughnuts. >> i'm going to withhold. i was going to say something that was going to be as funny as what we just saw. >> you're mad at sarah palin. >> todd's got the gun. she's got the rack. >> that's what she said. i got this e-mail from steve rattner from a very senior democratic hill staffer after our budget discussions this morning. quote, what cracks me up is all this talk that we are somehow closer to a deal. that's a joke. i find people on the periphery very skeptical and cynical. let them be. seems like the players might actually thing somethi
's safe. we're cool. shoot, it's just pop. with low cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >> we're back. sarah palin found her true fans this weekend when she made her way to an adoring crowd at cpac. that didn't stop her from delving into the lowest of the low. birther talk. >> more background checks. dandy idea, mr. president. should have started with yours. >> you get the drift. this kind of talk may rile up the base but doesn't appeal to mainstream america. ron reagan is radio talk show host and msnbc political analyst. and a reporter for "roll call." what is it about the birther thing that gets to the giggle with these people? why do they love doing this, to talk about the president's roots as un-american? what's the giggle here? >> well, obviously she was speaking to a conservative convention. a lot of young activists are there. probably the most conservative, the conservative wing of the republican party. they liked it. they were cheering it on. >> why? >> why? because why? because i think they still believe that the president has more to offer on the topic. obviously that's not
, bloomberg is not around, our big gulp is safe, we're cool. shoot, it's just pop, with low cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. my only piece of advice, because i am a mama, my only piece of advice to college republicans, you have to be thinking sam adams, not drinking sam adams. if these experts who keep losing elections, you keep getting rehired, raking in millions, if they feel that strongly about who gets to run in this party, then they should buck up or stay in the truck. buck up and run. the architects can head on back -- they can head on back to the great lone star state and put their name on some ballot, though for their sake, i hope they give themselves a discount on their consulting services. it is about great concern about a president claiming power to direct drones, to kill whomever and whenever without accountability, but no power to open up the white house for the school kids to get to go visit over spring break. god bless you, cpac. and god bless the united states of america! vo: from the classic lines to the elegant trim in each and every piece, bold will make your re
, bloomberg's not around, our big gulp is safe. we're cool. it's just pop with low-cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >>> so the half-term governor turned reality tv star turns fox newscastoff is the life of the party. does the gop have a problem? you betcha. joins me here on set is lauren ash burn and ryan grim. lauren, what does it say about the state of the gop when sarah palin is getting that reaction? >> she livened up that crowd. as a person who spent the day listening to rubio and ryan -- >> that was yawning just that. >> she comes on and bam she has the crowd laughing. she has the crowd moving. you know, it seemed like she was auditioning for a role on msnbc, as much as she was bashing other republicans. >> well, ryan, do you think that you think it's a lack of talent that there's no new ideas? i mean, why such a bland crew of people at cpac, many of whom we expect to be running in 2016? >> it's because palin doesn't care about elections. the people who were being bland and boring are trying to position themselves for 2016. they know the rhetoric that fires up a cpac crowd dooms
progressive. >>> oh, bloomberg's not around. our big gulp's safe. we're cool. shoot, it's just pop. with low-cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >>> we're back. sarah palin found her true fans this weekend when he made her way to an adoring crowd at cpac. >> more background checks. dandy idea, mr. president. should have started with yours. >> you get the drift. this kind of talk may rile up the base, but it doesn't appeal to mainstream america. sarah toplitz is a reporter for roll call. sarah, why do they love doing this, to talk about the president's roots as un-american? what's the giggle here? >> well, obviously she was speaking to a conservative convention. a lot of young activists are there. probably the most conservative, the conservative wing of the republican party. they liked it. they were clearing it on. >> why? >> why? because i think they still believe the president has more to offer on this. obviously he's released his birth certificate. they still like to cheer it on, even though it has been proven factually accurate that he was born in the united states of america. >> so i'm
of his cabinet in charge of the peace talks. but she has shown in the past, not the greatest plist cal skill, not able to get them off ground when she even had power. so that's a real problem for this government. in terms of housing policy. the latest issue says where the settlements are. there are settlements and the u.s. says settlements are not helpful for the peace process because they make boun kris the borders, baked in the cake and make it impossible for palestinians to get their share of those lands. the issue here is that it's in a so-called quadrant e-1 right outside of east jerusalem and it would basically chop up the land available to the palestinians. so it would make the west bank really an untenable piece of land. and divide it so with borders and barriers and checkpoints. it would be impossible for people to get to work, get to school, to live as a functioning state. >> andrea mitchell, martin fletcher, joel, we will ask to you stand by. the news conference expected to start at 2:25 now, instead of 2:05. when that happens, we will of course bring it to you live. back he
.o.m.a. is before the supreme court next week, as is proposition 8, the marriage ban in cal cam. we'll see what the court does on those two. i'm opt michtic on both. at the end of the day, we don't decide the fundamental rights of a minority by the a vote of the people or the whims of public opinion polls. that's with a our judiciary is there for. as we're talking about the new language that you're hearing from chairman raince priebus and the report that came out from the republican party, i think that is significant movement. what the next important step is going to be, to see how that's followed up with actual policy actions. and there are a number of things, aside from repealing d.o.m.a., that the congress should and could do, one would be passing an employment nondiscrimination act. in this country, in more than half the states, can you fire someone for being lgbt. and congress has a responsibility there and they should act and i think this is a perfect opening for republicans and democrats to come and work together on this issue. >> chad, one more question before we go. when you read the g
ten years. in rand paul's case four or five years. >> so is, a, antithey cal to what they need to be concerned about. in fact, anytime we've ever achieved a sustainable budget packet that's brought the debt down as a share of the economy, it's economic growth has been a key component. all of that said, there are pressures from health care costs in the long term, and we do have to deal with them, but interestingly, even there, there's some hope, because the dragon -- that part of the dragon is actually shrinken a bit. the congressional budget office has pulled down their long-term forecast for the growth of medicare and medicaid by half a trillion over the next ten years. it doesn't mean we're out of the woods, but some of the cost savings issues that will be so important to solving the real debt crisis are actually showing some signs of life. >> would you like to see less fantasy and more fact? >> and one fact i would like to see people focused on is the federal government has run a deficit in 46 of the last 50 years. so. what we need over the long term is a sustain away budget
and wake-up cal but a sad state of events in this country we have to wait until we're most vulnerable, our children are victims for us to act. >> it's a good point, mr. glaze. have we missed and opportunity to pass comprehensive gun laws in the wake of newtown? >> i don't think so. it took seven years to pass the assault weapons ban and get the brady bill enacted. i don't think it will take that law to pass a comprehensive weapons law. the senate will be out of session a couple weeks and we will have dozens of organizers and hundreds of folks who believe as we do because they experienced the loss of child or loved one or shot themselves, will do everything they can to make sure these changes happen. when the senators come back from recess april 8th, they will do more today to buckle down and do what the country is calling on them to do in overwhelming numbers. >> do americans believe we already have universal background checks? is that part of the problem here? >> absolutely right. not only does the general public think that's already the law everybody has to get a background check when at
the aisle and they deal with prak cal issues and they can help the party sort of see where the country's going and move ahead in a practical matter and take credit for it if the party is smart enough to take advantage of that. >> practicality, bipartisan thinking and nonideological thinking is the reason why people liked republican governors so easily. they don't like to make a big ideological choice and giving a reasonable bipartisan, non-ideological answer. i haven't thought much about it and it sounds fine to me. it's a reasonable answer as a gi that doesn't give much thought to something and even if you're a governor. here's another example, on monday morning at a press conference to review the rnc's 2012 autopsy, the chairman of the party reince priebus had kind words for senator rob portman who came out in favor of gay marriage. let's listen. >> how do you rein in the anti-gay and anti-women sentiments and bring these voters into the fold and who in the political arena do you think are the rising stars to accomplish this? >> i think senator portman made pretty big inroads last we
'd be shutting down the government. >> you're shutting down the government so it's very sinister and very cal qulative and also for the american people, this is why we're disenchanted with government. it's broken and it doesn't work and when we're having a public discourse about how to get guns under control and how to get common sense gun safety into our lives. for them to be able to do this and this shows us that the process is broken and this is why people feel disconnected and apathetic to the processes related to legislation because it seems so unfair and so disconnected from what we need right now that it just -- it just throws people sort of out of the process and out of the game. >> but julian, we are talking about the first gun regulations to pass since those 20 infants were shot to pieces by military weapons and this is what we get? writers in a continuing resolution bill that prevents gun dealers from keeping proper inventory and the axe tf prevented from drawing any aims from firearms that would help us understand gun crime. that's what we get? >> this is the ultimate insult to th
the madness of march. i'm not sure what to say. >> i'm going to put my money down on cal. jackie deangelis, thank you. >>> consumers are generally satisfied with their shopping experiences. here are the retailers with the worst customer service according to the american consumer satisfaction index. number five, sears. cvs. safeway. number two, netflix, and walmart, the lowest rated store in the subject since 2007. ♪ no two people have the same financial goals. pnc works with you to understand yours and help plan for your retirement. visit a branch or call now for your personal retirement review. because all these whole grains aren't healthy unless you actually eat them ♪ multigrain cheerios. also available in delicious peanut butter. healthy never tasted so sweet. only hertz gives you a carfirmation. hey, this is challenger. i'll be waiting for you in stall 5. it confirms your reservation and the location your car is in, the moment you land. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. at tyco integrated security, we consider ourselves business optihow?rs. by buildi
gulp is safe. it's just pop with low cal ice cubes in it. i hope that is okay. >> ron rattner is still bus and mark halpern. in washington pulleyser prize winning columnist and editor for "the washington post" eugene robinson. i have to ask you a question. mika is still simmering over that last -- >> no, i'm good. sometimes you just let a story breathe. >> i was entertained. i thought that was some fun stuff. >> me too. >> breaking out in washington, eugene, you have john boehner saying that he trusts the president, right? that's pretty good. he wouldn't have said that six months ago. you got dick durbin going on "meet the press" saying, hey -- or fox saying we got to get a deal done. >> porker. >> also on chris wallace's show saying, yeah, more taxes and big entitlement reform. it sounds like we may be marching towards a deal. >> well, thank heaven for small favors, right? because, you know, in the cosmic sense, it shouldn't be news that congress and the president think it might be a good idea to make a deal at some point. but that's a great thing these days. so far, i'm not sure i sh
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